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Our MLB expert breaks down her top plays and predictions for today’s slate of games below! Read on to find out the F5 bets @GirlWhoBets is eyeing tonight.
7:10 p.m. ET
Happy Monday everyone! It’s a new week to make some more money! Last week’s MLB F5 best bets went 8-2. Let’s have ourselves another great week!
The first game I’m looking at on today’s small slate is the Rangers taking a visit to Cleveland to play the Guardians.
Jon Gray will be on the mound for the Rangers tonight and he has been really struggling on the road. He is 0-2 with a 5.40 ERA on the road this season. He has allowed 17 total runs and 4 home runs.
The Guardians have a good enough offense that can get hot any given inning but can also be very cold. If Guardians come out swinging and get on base, it will be a long night for Gray.
Cal Quantrill gets the start for the Guardians and he has been decent all season. At home, he is 1-0 with a 3.38 ERA. He has yet to shut out a team completely and not allow a run to be scored, but tonight might be the night.
The Guardians have the pitching edge and I expect the offense to get to Gray quickly in tonight’s game and get us the F5 cash! Go Guardians!!
8:10 p.m. ET
Now onto tonight’s later game, it will be the Blue Jays taking on the Royals. Jays bats have been heating up lately and that can be a problem for the Royals who will be sending left-hander Daniel Lynch to the mound.
Lynch hasn’t had the best season and is coming into the game with a 4.81 ERA and he has allowed 12 runs in his last three games.
The Jays have one of the best offenses in the league when they are firing on all cylinders and tonight will be one of those nights.
Ross Stripling gets the start for the Jays and he hasn’t been having a good season either.
He has a 4.22 ERA, but pitching against the Royals tonight should help his ERA drop. The Royals are one of the worst offenses in the league and they don’t score many runs.
Look for Stripling to contain the Royals offense and the Blue Jays to cash the first five innings spread.